Wrapper’s Delight: The Artist Using Luxury Bags As Raw Material

Taking apart vintage Louis Vuitton luggage might seem like fashion sacrilege, but to Sarah Coleman, it’s the building blocks of art in the making. Born and raised in Manhattan, the 30-year-old artist has made a name for herself by reupholstering furniture with material sourced from Vuitton luggage, and now she’s taking on ever-more ambitious projects.

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